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Government pandemic performance ratings slipping, survey finds

Government pandemic performance ratings slipping, survey finds

Satisfaction with federal handling of pandemic has dropped five points since November
Stoking the arts on Bowen in 2021: the Hearth

Stoking the arts on Bowen in 2021: the Hearth

The Hearth is planning an exciting year ahead
British Columbians strongly support ban on in-person religious services: poll

British Columbians strongly support ban on in-person religious services: poll

Significant majorities of British Columbians across all five regions are in favour of the provincial government’s restriction
OPINION: We must stop racism against Indigenous peoples

OPINION: We must stop racism against Indigenous peoples

OPINION: Blue Monday might be bogus, but you can still tackle the blahs

OPINION: Blue Monday might be bogus, but you can still tackle the blahs

OPINION: We must confront the climate crisis in 2021

OPINION: We must confront the climate crisis in 2021

It really is time for all of those who can to come together to realize that we really are just one tribe and we need to work together for humanitarian justice and the environment. If the pandemic has not taught us that, I don’t know what will.
Radio remains the top medium for music consumption in Canada: poll

Radio remains the top medium for music consumption in Canada: poll

Two-thirds of Canadians tuned in at home or in the car over the past week, survey finds
LETTER: Please refrain from visiting new Cape park for now, B.I. Conservancy requests for sake of ecologically fragile areas

LETTER: Please refrain from visiting new Cape park for now, B.I. Conservancy requests for sake of ecologically fragile areas

If islanders must visit, the Conservancy asks that folks limit walking to the three gravel driveway access routes and in particular, not walk along the shoreline
Canadians open to expanding access to medically assisted death: poll

Canadians open to expanding access to medically assisted death: poll

Western Canadians happy to throw out single-use-plastic habits: poll

Western Canadians happy to throw out single-use-plastic habits: poll

Moves to reduce reliance on hard-to-recycle plastics have broad support in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, survey finds